Zotac GeForce GTX 660 2GB Graphics card Review

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The GTX 660 is the Kepler on a budget. Its priced around $200-$250, which has been dominated by AMD with their HD 7800 series graphics cards. The GTX 660 is the younger brother of the GTX 660Ti, but at its heart its got a different silicon, the GK106 (GTX 660Ti is based on GK 104). The card has 960 CUDA cores with 80 TMUs , 24ROPs and a 192bit wide memory bus. The card comes with 2GB of GDDR5 memory having an effective memory clock of 6.00GHz. The card we have today is the Zotac GTX 660, which comes with a core clock of 993MHz, slightly above the reference clock of 980MHz. Its priced at around Rs15,000 so its fairly affordable, but can it perform enough to meet the demands of the latest games? Lets find out…

 

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ASUS HD 7850 2GB Graphics Card Review

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The AMD HD 7850 has been around for some time now, but it is still a pretty good graphics card. With the launch of Nvidia’s GTX 660 series cards, the HD 7850 has become more affordable than before. But does it make sense buying the card now? How has the performance increase over time with newer drivers? In today’s review, we will answer these questions while briefly talking about our sample card, the Asus HD 7850 DirectCu II graphics card.

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Bitfenix Prodigy Cabinet Review

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I have always had a thing for small compact PCs, they don’t take much space and are pretty portable, but options were very limited. Good mini ITX motherboards were hard to find and the cabinets were few and expensive. The release of the prodigy has really shaken the market and given it a new life.  At a very reasonable price, it provides great flexibility and opens up a lot of hardware options,previously not possible in a SFF rig. So lets take a closer look at the prodigy and know why it is quickly becoming such a popular case.

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ASRock Z77E-ITX Motherboard Review

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I have always had a thing for small form factor PCs. Till recently, there were very few options in this segment, both in terms of quality chassis as well as motherboards. But now things have changed. There has been a lot of activity in this segment and a flow of mini ITX boards has been seen. A lot of companies have been releasing mini ITX Z77/H77 boards that basically get you almost the same features and functionality of a full ATX board but with a much smaller foot print.

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